Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S23 series hasn’t been announced yet, but we already know almost everything about it. There’s been a steady stream of leaks streaming in. Based on the previous leaks and rumors, it feels like we already have a good sense of how the phones will look like, what hardware upgrades we can expect, how good they will be performing, and which colors they’ll be available in.
The company is expected to launch the much awaited Galaxy S23 trio oh phones on February 1st. But if you’re unwilling to wait that long for an official reveal, a fresh set of leaked renders of the vanilla Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Ultra leaked over the internet. These images come from a Korean website, fmkorea, providing us with high resolution shots of the phones from back angle in different colors.
The Galaxy S23 family’s design remains largely unchanged from its predecessor. The camera module on the back hasn’t been updated. The vanilla Galaxy S23 is sporting the three camera rings aligned vertically in the top left corner. An LED flash is placed on the right side of the camera ring. You can also Samsung brand logo crafted on the bottom of the device. The power button and volume rocker took their spots on the right side of the phone.
As usual, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is carrying the same boxier design with metal frame from its predecessor. There’s a P-shaped camera setup aligned with a set of vertically-stacked camera lenses along with an LED flash. Here also Samsung branding, and Power/Volume rocker buttons can be spotted at the bottom and on the right side of the frame, respectively.
As far as the specs concerned, every model of the Galaxy S23 family will be powered by the latest flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor There are rumors that 256GB will be the base model for all the phones in Galaxy S23 series, while Samsung is expected to skip the 128GB model from this year.
The top dog of the series, the Galaxy S23 will be flaunted in 6.8-inch AMOLED display with 1440×3088 resolution, up to 1 TB UFS 4.0 storage, 5,000mAh battery, and an industry leading 200MP camera, which is an entirely new ISOCELL sensor.